BACK TO THE FUTURE PHOTOGRAPHY
"In Back to the Future, the Argentinian photographer Irina Werning finds the humor in recreating pictures taken years ago. This vintage photo lover is a master at reproducing old photos, which often feature children, with a remarkable attention to detail: setting, lighting, clothing. A fun and intriguing concept, Back to the Future has already made a name for itself. It touches viewers with its original approach to memory, offering an unprecedented voyage through time.”http://irinawerning.com/index.php?/back-to-the-fut/back-to-the-future/
BRYAN DETTMER"Crop books never had so much aesthetic sense”http://briandettmer.com/
"Experimental film about interaction between sound and physical bodies. The main idea is to show how sound can change objects form and structure including human mental state."
THE WILDERNESS DOWNTOWN
"Utilizing cutting-edge internet technology, the Montreal-based rock band, along with director Chris Milk and partners at Google, have created an interactive media experience."
SHAPE IS USE
“Lamps are designed to meet our specific needs. Their shapes, dimensions and materials directly define the type of lighting produced to specific uses, therefore requiring a model for every situation. In response to a growing demand for flexibility in our daily environment, we propose an adaptable lighting system suitable for all circumstances.”
MAKE SOMETHING COOL EVERY DAY 2009"One piece of creative work made every day for 365 consecutive days.”
"Is a notebook / sketchbook that features 80 pictures of "clean" NYC walls instead of blank pages. Write, draw, paste, or doodle on these inspirational backdrops. You’ll be one step closer to being the street artist you’ve always wanted to be … minus the jail time."http://www.thinkofthe.com/product.php?name=walls-notebook
SPLITTING THE ATOM
"Director Edouard Salier's video for Massive Attack's downbeat jam “Splitting the Atom” starts out as a vaguely hypnotic CGI dreamscape, sort of like the techno clips MTV used to air on its late, lamented video show “Amp”. But after a while, the details reveal themselves and you realize you’re watching some monstrous shit.
Director : Edouard Salier. Commissioner : Svana Gisla. Production : Scream Park, Paris. Executive Producer : Anne Lifshitz. Post Production : Digital District. Post producer : David Danesi. CGI: Jean Lamoureux, Rémi Gamiette, Kevin Monthureux, Jimmy Cavé. Art & Compositing : Julien Michel, Xavier Reyé. Flame: Christophe Richar.”
FLASH ON THE BEACH
"Every year a group of the world’s elite designers and technologists take to the shores of Brighton Beach to meld their minds into one creative energy - known as FLASH ON THE BEACH. Each year one artist is commissioned to create the title sequence for the conference - and Munkowitz humbly accepted the invitation to create something spectacular for the 2011 event…The initial inspiration was to take graphic pixelated light sequencing and integrate it into a live-action modern dance piece. This ultimately translated into building a unique LED light grid that would serve as the primary light source for the talent below. Immediately, A narrative evolved: a creative soul searches for inspiration as he faces manifestations of his inner ghosts. The LED grid provided a captivating device to parallel the emotion while the dancers ultimately led the viewer through this unforgettable journey.”
"She is a Brooklyn-based artist / art director. She has produced work for a range of commercial and music-related clients including Nike, Diesel, Amex, Ikea, Shiseido, Ghostly, Hotflush, Shigeto, and Tom Waits. She has enjoyed collaborations with Joshua Davis, Joey Roth, and Sepalcure. She is a Hyper Island alumni and part of the KDU, Depthcore, Percussion Lab and Hi-ReS!."